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    Luckiest Man Alive Timba's Avatar
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    "My Spoon is too big?"

    There is no spoon.



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    I got the muffler on, and I must say I am exhausted.
    19 BMWMOA Nationals under my belt, and I have no idea what I am doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoone View Post
    Sitting in my truck at the corner of 169th and Haven ave. waiting for my wife, doing nothing.. The internet connection here on the street is faster than my wireless in the office. Just tested the speed 3 megs down 2.3 up.. Incredible
    Rub it in snoone! Thanks for nothing.

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    Still nothing

    The grandbaby is refusing to arrive and my bike is in the shop. Too much nothing!!!

    Holly

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    That is a shame. I hope something happens soon. Good luck.
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    Harumph. The grand-baby arrived last week, all 10 lb. 15 oz. of him. If he hadn't peed all over his mother immediately after clearing the chute he would have topped 11 lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raevyn View Post
    I was pretty good at spanking little boys in my day.....watch yourself!
    As I am wont to say every so often --

    Whip me, beat me, make me write bad cheques


    Quote Originally Posted by Raevyn View Post
    Are we at "something" yet??
    Probably not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor31 View Post
    Harumph. The grand-baby arrived last week, all 10 lb. 15 oz. of him. If he hadn't peed all over his mother immediately after clearing the chute he would have topped 11 lbs.
    I don't know if I should say congrats to you Grandpa or way too much info
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    I say both!

    Congratulations.
    19 BMWMOA Nationals under my belt, and I have no idea what I am doing.

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    31 pages today. Lets see how long it stays that high. Oh, I went riding with a bunch of Harleys this weekend, now I can hear nothing.

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    I actually saw and heard a quiet Harley Sportster 1200 yesterday. What a wonderful sound. The guy riding with him was on a VFR and it was louder than the Sportster. It's amazing how good they sound when they are completely stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbagazoo View Post
    I actually saw and heard a quiet Harley Sportster 1200 yesterday. What a wonderful sound. The guy riding with him was on a VFR and it was louder than the Sportster. It's amazing how good they sound when they are completely stock.
    +1 Sadly, nobody here leaves them that way. All the dealers will knock the baffles out for you, free of charge.
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    I did something this weekend, but now here I am; back to doing nothing exciting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmetzger View Post
    I did something this weekend, but now here I am; back to doing nothing exciting...
    I sure wish my work day was like that --- I hope for nothing and BLAM - lots of something.
    Robert
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    oriental nothingness

    Just back from vacation in China. It's nothing like the US.
    When they eat an animal, they leave nothing to waste.
    I can't speak cantonese, so understood nothing.

    I've experienced nothing like it before.

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